"Without Justice for All: The New Liberalism and Our Retreat from Racial Equality "questions, examines, and explains the way a new orthodoxy of American leaders has contributed to the social stratification and inequality which plagues America today. By looking at the history of our social policies since the New Deal, as well as the status of specific policy arenas, essayists show how political shifts over the past fifty years have moved us away from a more egalitarian politics. Throughout, the book responds critically to the now conventional argument that liberalism must be reconfigured in ways that retreat from immediate identification with the interests of labor, minorities, and the poor. From a look at federal housing policy and the failure of New Deal social programs to an examination of long established public assistance programs and Affirmative Action, "Without Justice for All" is a timely and important contribution to the dialogue on race in modern America.
Without Justice for All
The New Liberalism and Our Retreat from Racial Equality
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